1 edition of Treating dementia in context found in the catalog.
Treating dementia in context
Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-191) and index.
|Statement||Susan M. McCurry, Claudia Drossel|
|Contributions||Drossel, Claudia, American Psychological Association|
|LC Classifications||RC521 .M3898 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||2010038520|
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This book presents a clear and practical blueprint for psychologists, physicians, nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals who work with dementia patients and their families. Treating Dementia in Context: A Step-by-Step Guide to Working With Individuals and FamiliesPages: Treating Dementia in Context is not only pragmatic it is also well written.
The book provides detailed, step-by-step advice for gathering information, building rapport, communicating effectively with patients who are cognitively impaired, and conducting a functional analysis of each individuals presenting by: 4.
This book explores the variety of available interventions. Purpose: The primary aim of this book is to provide an array of intervention techniques for individuals with dementia, with a concomitant aim of encouraging creativity and flexibility in treating specific individual problems rather than using generic : In this book, authors Susan McCurry and Claudia Drossel present a clear and practical blueprint for psychologists, physicians, nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals who work with dementia patients and their families.
Their evidence-based contextual model of dementia care lays out broad intervention strategies, and. Get this from a library. Treating dementia in context: a step-by-step guide to working with individuals and families. [Susan McCurry; Claudia Drossel; American Psychological Association.].
Dementia is a life-altering diagnosis for patients and loved-ones alike. The progressive disease causes cognitive, emotional, and behavioural changes that can frustrate the efforts of even the most dedicated caregivers.
Given the uniquely personal nature of dementia symptoms, treatment can be a supremely challenging experience, even for seasoned health care professionals.
In this book. Get this from a library. Treating Dementia in Context: a Step-by-Step Guide to Working with Individuals and Families. [Susan McCurry; Claudia Drossel; American Psychological Association.] -- "Dementia is a life-altering diagnosis for patients and loved-ones alike.
The progressive disease causes cognitive, emotional, and behavioral changes that can frustrate the efforts of even the. Dementia can have a significant impact on individuals in the LGBTQ community. For example, transgender individuals with dementia may experience periods of confusion about medical issues related to their natal gender (e.g., prostate cancer or uterine cancer), or about self-care and other daily tasks related to external gender changes (Age UK, ).
Request PDF | Treating Persons with Dementia in Context | The term “dementia” indicates impairment in cognitive functions due to neuropathology. Many. The term “dementia” indicates impairment in cognitive functions due to neuropathology. Many conditions cause degenerative dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, multiple infarcts (vascular dementia), frontotemporal pathology, Huntington’s disease, Lewy Cited by: 5.
Dementia affects the way a patient communicates. People suffering from dementia can find difficulties responding back to question (NICE, ). When conversing with patient with dementia they may also find problems to maintain the information during a discussion.
Nurses must validate and shouldn’t dismiss what is said by the patient. Treating Pain in the Context of the Opioid Crisis and author of the book Aches and Gains: A Comprehensive Guide to Overcoming Your Pain. Christo is Associate Professor in the Division of Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where he served as the Director of the Blaustein Pain.
There are a number of possible ways to group and categorise interventions in dementia care, for example, by the type of treatment approach used. In this and the following chapter, the main grouping is by the therapeutic goal, with three major domains highlighted: the maintenance of function, including cognitive functions, the management of behaviours that challenge and the.
When a family member has dementia: Steps to becoming a resilient caregiver. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. McCurry, S.M., & Drossel, C. Treating dementia in context: A step by step guide to working with individuals and families. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.
Additional relevant book resources. Dementia is a decline in cognitive function. To be considered dementia, mental impairment must affect at least two brain functions. Dementia may affect: Dementia is not a disease. It may be caused. Dementia: From Diagnosis to Management - A Functional Approach is a comprehensive description of a functional and behavioral approach to assessing and treating persons with dementia.
While very practical, the information is embedded in a scientific context of the causes, neuropsychological manifestations, and complications of dementia. The. Context blindness is defined as a reduced spontaneous use of context when giving meaning to a stimulus.
That is, when someone has context blindness, they have trouble responding to more than one thing at a time. One of the hallmark characteristics of people with autism is difficulty responding to multiple pieces of information at the same time.
The structure of this book consists of three parts: Part I – Diagnosis. This section is foundational and addresses items such as obtaining the exact diagnosis, staging the person, and considering the various memory systems all in the context of appropriate treatment planning. Treating Dementia in Context: A Step-by-Step Guide to Working With Individuals and Families Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review Susan Melancon McCurryBrand: Susan Melancon McCurry; Claudia Drossel.
the context of dementia. As stated previ-ously, the essential task is to find mean-ing at the end of one’s life. It is pretty clear that spirituality would be important for me to find ultimate meaning in life, if I were to be confronted with dementia.
Spirituality, according to David McCur-File Size: 38KB. Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Often, it is assumed that Alzheimer’s and Dementia are the same, however, that is untrue.
Dementia is a syndrome that impact the memory, daily activities, and communication (i.e., languages). Alzheimer’s is a type of Dementia that gets worse as it progresses and progresses with age.
receiving an antipsychotic medication in an urgent context. Expert consensus suggests that use of an antipsychotic medication in individuals with dementia can be appropriate, particularly in individuals with dangerous agitation or psy-chosis, and.
Planning a strategy to communicate is crucial in maintaining personal connections, and in becoming a better caregiver. How Dementia Affects Communication As Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias destroy brain cells, a significant symptom, known as “aphasia,” is losing the ability to speak and to understand speech.
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Treating dementia in context: A step-by-step guide to working with individuals and families. Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association. Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.
The book goes on to focus on the property and financial affairs of the person with dementia, including powers of attorneys, their obligations and duties and the legalities involved.
The final section deals with disputes that may often arise and their possible remedies, for example, remedies in the Court of Protection.4/5(4).
Research and clinical practice with persons affected by dementia and their families present, a growing number of complex ethical issues.
1 Ethics is a. general term for exploring human values and understanding what constitutes a good and moral life. Many approaches to ethics are normative in that they examine what, is considered right, or good in a. particular cultural by: Vascular dementia frequently occurs with other types of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia with Lewy Bodies.
The additional presence of vascular disease in the brain often makes symptoms of other brain diseases worse. Facts Vascular dementia is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer's disease. Book. Treating dementia in context: A step-by-step guide for working with individuals and families.
will find Treating Dementia in Context an inspirational resource for clinical practice. Author: Jennifer Moye. "Antipsychotic medications have been one of the approaches used to try to address agitation and psychosis when they occur in the context of dementia. However, they are not always effective.
Dementia is a clinical syndrome affecting about 10% of older U.S. adults in which an acquired cognitive deficit interferes with a person's independence in daily activities. It adversely affects patient quality of life, burdens caregivers, increases institutionalization, and is costly to families and society.
Agitation, aggression and other behavioral and psychological symptoms in. Apathy can start at any stage of dementia but often develops early on.
Many studies suggest that apathy becomes more common as dementia progresses. Once present, apathy tends to persist rather than come and go. Apathy is much more common among people with dementia than in older people without dementia. About 2–5% of older people without.
Keeping an active social life, continuing with activities the person with dementia has enjoyed, or finding new ones, and regular gentle exercise can all help to reduce behaviours that are out of character. Read more about activities for dementia.
Other things that can help include: providing reassurance. a quiet, calming environment. Introduction. The goal of this guideline is to improve the care of patients with dementia who are exhibiting agitation or psychosis. More specifically, this guideline focuses on the judicious use of antipsychotic medications when agitation or psychosis occurs in association with dementia and does not review evidence for or focus on other pharmacological by: arise in the context of dementia.
These issues are pressing not because of any specific advance in research but because of the accumulation of many developments. First and foremost among them are the increasing numbers of people affected by dementia and this is primarily due to the number of people living into old Size: 3MB.
Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that cause a long-term and often gradual decrease in the ability to think and remember that is severe enough to affect a person's daily functioning. Other common symptoms include emotional problems, difficulties with language, and a decrease in motivation.
A person's consciousness is usually not affected. A dementia Specialty: Neurology, psychiatry. However, among people with dementia, the problem is even more severe. In fact, sleep problems are one reason people with dementia end up in nursing homes.
Stress, alcohol use, poor sleep habits, certain medications and an additional illness can all contribute to disturbed sleep among people with dementia, as can an underlying sleep disorder.
Alzheimer’s Society The Alzheimer’s Society produces over 80 factsheets on all sorts of topics related to dementia, including many that relate to supporting a person with advanced dementia, such as The later stages of dementia() and The progression of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias().
The healthtalk website contains stories from 31 carers of. The Law and Ethics of Dementia. Dementia is a topic of enormous human, medical, economic, legal and ethical importance.
Its importance grows as more of us live longer. The legal and ethical problems it raises are complex, intertwined and under-discussed. Five Benefits of Treating Dementia with Music.
F or a lot of people, music is a significant part of their daily lives. Some people listen to music to pass the time during their morning commute while others listen to music to stay pumped while working out. Often, music is linked to mood too. Dementia: From Diagnosis to Management - A Functional Approachis a comprehensive description of a functional and behavioral approach to assessing and treating persons with dementia.
While very practical, the information is embedded in a scientific context of the causes, neuropsychological manifestations, and complications of dementia.
Keeping people living with advanced dementia in their usual place of residence is becoming a key governmental goal but to achieve this, family carers and health care professionals must negotiate how to provide optimal care.
Previously, we reported a realist analysis of the health care professional perspective. Here, we report on family carer by: 1.Roles of psychologists in assessing and treating dementia and how their course and symptoms might play out within the context of the person's care situation, is vital.
Assessing and treating persons with dementia who have life-long histories of serious mental illness present a great challenge to mental health as well as general medical.